Starting a travel business during a global pandemic may not seem like the most obvious career move, but that’s exactly what 73 of our newest Travel Counsellors did. Lyndsay Hayes in one of them.
In the week that follows World Mental Health Day, Travel Counsellors is shining a spotlight on a long-list of activity the company has launched to support mental wellbeing.
Gold Travel Counsellor Andy La Gette hit the headlines last week with an honest account in TTG of his feelings throughout the pandemic. Andy joined Travel Counsellors in 2016, achieving the company’s ‘Gold’ status 12 months later.
Travel Counsellors is supporting its business owners to prepare for a travel upturn next year, with Summer 2021 being the most popular period for bookings made by Travel Counsellors in the last four weeks.
We’re delighted to be named in The Sunday Times PwC Top Track 250 league table, recognising companies that have made an important contribution to the UK in a challenging backdrop.
It’s a lesser known fact that Travel Counsellors don’t always ‘work from home’. They work flexibly around their customers, which essentially means they can work wherever its secure to do so – from shared office spaces to working in teams.
Travel Counsellors welcomed a new business owner every working day throughout the month of August. Find out more about how these brand new corporate and leisure travel entrepreneurs made the leap to launch their own business at this time.
As we head towards the light at the end of the tunnel, it feels timely to share how we’re continuing to support our Travel Counsellors to help their customers to explore the world in safe and enjoyable ways.
Travel Counsellors CEO, Steve Byrne discusses the lessons we can learn from the recent crisis and how we can come back from this more resilient than ever.